Archive for September, 2018

What is a Smart Grid and What Does it Take to Build One?

Posted on September 30th, 2018 by Corrine Kustek

Did you know on any given day, there are half a million people in America without electricity for 2 or more hours per day? This is because the grid was originally built as a one-way interaction. We all know how this system works. The utility company supplies electricity to the surrounding community and sends a […]

How to Install CTs for EIG Meters

Posted on September 25th, 2018 by Corrine Kustek

Installing CTs correctly is critical to receive good data from your EIG Meter. Here are the three main things you must know: One side of the CT is the high side, which needs to face the source of the energy White wires (terminals) connect to the high inputs on the side of the meter and […]

How to Prepare Commercial Buildings for Outages during Hurricane Season

Posted on September 22nd, 2018 by Corrine Kustek

When Hurricane Season arrives, business continuity plans and post-storm recovery are top of mind for key business stakeholders and facility management teams. It’s important, however, for all occupants to be aware of preparation tactics, potential impact and the plan of action going forward. For Building Occupants Leadership and/or Facility Managers are responsible for sharing business […]

How Smart Meters Help Utility Companies During Storms

Posted on September 13th, 2018 by Corrine Kustek

Smart meters provide immense value to utility companies – especially during hurricane season! Specifically when combined with an Outage Management System (OMS), utility companies and the communities they serve will enjoy three major benefits: Increased Accuracy  In many single outage instances, when customers call in to report “no light,” it turns out that the outage is […]

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